Posted: Dec 20, 2014 8:58 pm
by kennyc
laklak wrote:That's a good point, macdoc. Most parents these days seem to steer their kids to university, and trades are ignored. If it's just money you're after you're better off as a plumber than in any number of uni courses. A good machinist or tool and die maker is worth a LOT of money.

Mrs. Lak started out as a hairdresser before going to uni to be an occupational therapist. She's not practicing O.T. any longer, but she's still cutting hair.

Isn't that two for the price of one for the customers?